Dec 1, 2010

Logo Design - Lori Kroh Designs

Today is my first day as a stay-at-home mom. A lot of thought went into this decision and part of the reason I decided to make the switch was the fact that I can still work from home. As a graphic designer, everything I do is on the computer so while I'm no longer going in to work, I am still doing some freelance work.

Speaking of freelancing, I recently had the opportunity to work with a super fun and extremely talented woman, Lori Kroh. If you are local and went to the Christmas Gathering, you got to hear from Lori and see a little bit of what she does. She did the segment, "A Pottery Barn Christmas on a Big Lots Budget."

Lori has a unique sense of style and a personality to match it. She came to me needing a logo for her new business, Lori Kroh Designs. She does a lot of home design work with mixed media. That girl can take a tree limb and some twine and make the most amazing window treatment!

So it cracked me up when she first approached me about designing her logo. She said, I'm different and don't want my name with a window pane or something cheesy like that.

Needless to say, we did not do a window or lamp shade in her logo! Instead, we focused on her personal style and incorporated a bit of her personality and this is what we came up with:


If you need a home design consultant or are looking for some fresh ideas to spruce up your house, Lori is your gal. Right now you can reach her at LoriKrohDesigns@aol.com.

And, if your looking for someone for design work...give me a holler! Check out my website for examples of my work.


Happy Tuesday!!

5 comments:

  1. Great logo!

    Rachel

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  2. Quite a good start for a Free lancer and cannot say that this logo has been designed by a fresher.

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  3. I use my experience to show any and everything around you can be used in design. logo design./

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  4. They see that the logo is easy to understand and uniquely memorable resembling something familiar, appropriate and natural to the customers.
    vintage logo

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